As detailed last month, this year’s QuakeCon pre-registration is taking place in separate rounds. The first round, allowing you to get set with BYOC Select-a-Seat and QuakeCon done Quick, begins tonight at 7pm CT/8pm ET!
What does this package entail. Get the details below…
Round 1 | March 5th at 7pm CT/8pm ET:
BYOC Select-a-Seat with QuakeCon done Quick
Includes Fast Passes for the Duration of the Event
$175 (Limit of 250 packages available)
- Select and Reserve a guaranteed seat of your choice in the BYOC area
- Express lane fast-pass registration for the BYOC
- Express lane fast-pass to every speaker, panel, and public event at QuakeCon
- Limited reserved access seating for all panels, presentations, and events
- Official QuakeCon 2014 BYOC T-Shirt
- Official QuakeCon 2014 Lanyard
- Special Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print
QuakeCon, the ultimate video game festival, will take place on-site at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, TX. Doors to QuakeCon will open on Thursday, July 17th at 10:00am CT and will remain open through July 20th. For more information visit: www.quakecon.org.
With QuakeCon taking place July 17-20, we’re planning to begin our pre-registration for the event earlier than ever, and we are making to changes to the process in an effort to make registering easier than ever.
Through registration.quakecon.org, we’re rolling out the registration in a series of four stages. The first package, BYOC Select-a-Seat with QuakeCon done Quick, will become available on March 5th. Full descriptions for each of these limited packages, and the dates they will become available are below.
While general attendance remains free, attendees wishing to participate in the QuakeCon 2014 BYOC, must pre-purchase one of the ‘BYOC Select-a-Seat’ packages through our online registration site to guarantee a seat. Once the packages sell out, we’ll be giving people the opportunity to win BYOC seats via social media giveaways, contests, and via our event partners leading up to the show. As all seats will be accounted for prior to the show, this year we won’t have seats available on-site or on a first-come-first serve basis. Keep tab on our QuakeCon Twitter account and QuakeCon Facebook page for details !
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Returning for its 19th year, North America’s largest BYOC LAN party returns to the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX — taking place Thursday, July 17th – Sunday, July 20th.
For regular QuakeCon attendees, you’ll immediately notice that we’ve moved the event forward by a couple weeks. As such, we’re already making this year’s room reservations at the Anatole available. Figure out your plans with friends on the QuakeCon forums and then dial 1-800-Hiltons (or visit this link) to take advantage of the $159/night special rate. Just be sure to reference QuakeCon 2014!
Moving the event ahead by a month, we’ll also be sharing updates on the event earlier than ever. Expect the first updates on registration in the coming month.
Each day of QuakeCon is packed with game presentations, contests, entertainment, announcements, panel discussions, parties and more. Come check it out for free!
We’ll keep you posted on what’s coming – here and at www.quakecon.org, as well on QuakeCon’s official Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Okay, maybe a stretch, but I couldn’t help imagining James Earl Jones saying that after seeing QuakeCon’s BYOC prominently featured in CNN’s Tech Section.
Having a lazy Sunday? Take some time to check out photos, panels, and more from QuakeCon 2013.
The slideshow above features pics taken by our own Matt Ross during last week’s Con — everything from case mods in the BYOC to fans lining up for the weekend’s biggest events. Want more? There’s a near-endless supply of QuakeCon memories uploaded at flickr.com/quakecon.
Next, set a aside a few hours to watch presentations given on the event main stage. Everything’s still available on twitch.tv/bethesda, but we’ve also begun uploading them to our YouTube channel. Today we’ve uploaded:
QuakeCon 2013 Keynote Presented by John Carmack
From Sketchbook to the Big Screen | A talk by id Software’s Hugo Martin
The Physics of Light and Rendering | A Talk by John Carmack
GameTrailers’ Bonus Round with Geoff Keighley | Creating and Expanding the Virtual World
In addition to these videos, later this week we’ll be uploading YouTube versions of our gameplay streams for both The Elder Scrolls Online and Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches.
Finally, don’t forget to visit youtube.com/quakecon to watch highlights from this year’s tournaments.
Dishonored’s final add-on, The Brigmore Witches, releases next week. This week we’re showcasing jaw-dropping in-game paintings from the DLC’s main antagonist, Delilah — courtesy of Arkane Studios’ artist/illustrator, Veronique Meignaud.
If you’re dying to know even more about Dishonored’s final DLC, check out new QuakeCon coverage from The Escapist, VG247, Joystiq, EGM Now, and CVG.
It’s hard to believe it’s already been a week since QuakeCon. Having had a few days to recover, here’s a look at some of the coverage highlights for our unreleased games.
- Wolfenstein’s creative director, Jens Matthies, met with GameTrailers during the show. Watch his video interview, featuring new gameplay footage, in the embed above. Learn more about The New Order in additional previews at Polygon, Machinima, The Escapist and EGM Now.
- Get QuakeCon reaction on The Evil Within from ScrewAttack, GamerChatter, and The Koalition.
- Playing The Elder Scrolls Online, sites like Polygon and IGN are starting to make Skyrim comparisons after playing the game in first person. Find these previews and more in a compreshensive roundup at elderscrollsonline.com.
- Want more Elder Scrolls? The Escapist’s Andrea Rene shares her enthusiasm for the announcement of The Elder Scrolls Anthology. Watch her video here.
We’ll be sharing more QC highlights in the near future. Stay tuned!
Just announced at QuakeCon 2013, we’re pleased to announce that the QuakeCon Steam & id Mobile sale has begun!
From now until the end of the weekend (August 1-4) you can purchase the QuakeCon 2013 Pack, which includes more than 20 id Software and Bethesda Softworks titles, for $89.99..
This special package includes titles such as:
- Skyrim Legendary
- Commander Keen Complete Pack
- Doom 3 BFG
- Doom Classic Complete
- Heretic/Hexen Pack
- Quake 4
- Quake Collection
- Rage DLC Scorchers
- Wolf Pack
- Call of Cthulhu
- The Knife of Dunwall
- Dunwall City Trials
- Fallout 3 – Game of the Year
- Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition
- Morrowind Game of the Year
- Oblivion Game of the Year Deluxe
We will also be offering deals each day on individual id Software and Bethesda Softworks’ titles via Steam. Daily deals include:
Thursday: id Sale, with all id games 75% off
Friday: Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, and all Fallout DLC 75% off
Saturday: The Elder Scrolls Sale, with Elder Scrolls titles and DLCs selling for 40-75% off
Sunday: Dishonored, including DLC 66% off
Additionally, during QuakeCon we will be running an id Mobile sale and a free premium weekend for QuakeLive. Details below…
QuakeLive Premium Weekend
Play QuakeLive Premium from August 1st through August 4th for free! Access all premium areas and play both premium ‘Freeze Tag’ and ‘Domination’ game types. Keep an eye on the QuakeLive Facebook page and Twitter accounts for ways to win pro-level subscriptions throughout the weekend.
BETHESDA STORE SALE
From August 1st – 5th, pick up items from some of your favorite id Software and Bethesda Softworks franchises from the online Bethesda Store and receive a discount of 20% off all purchases of $50 or more at store.bethsoft.com.
We’re celebrating QuakeCon at store.bethsoft.com with 20% savings on any purchase over $50. This deal runs through out QuakeCon (starting on August 1st) and ends on Monday, August 5th.